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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Casting Call for a Conrad Faraj Film to be held in Avon Thursday

Posted By on Thu, Jul 2, 2015 at 9:33 AM

click to enlarge FIGHTING THE SKY, INSTAGRAM
  • Fighting the Sky, Instagram
Open auditions for an upcoming science fiction thriller, Fighting the Sky, will be held Thursday at the Knights of Columbus (1783 Moore Rd) in Avon from 9:30 a.m - 4:45 p.m.

Filming will take place July 25 to Aug. 13 in Shelby, Mansfield and Cleveland, as well as in Analomink, Pa. Leading and ensemble roles and crew positions are available.



According to the website, the film follows a group of young UFO-logists who explore a series of apocalyptic sounds emerging from the sky. It is written, directed, and produced by 24-year old Conrad Faraj, a self-made Ohio filmmaker who is gaining momentum in the movie making industry.

Faraj said, “I love working with all sorts of people because they all bring different points of views and ideas to the table. If they share a passion for making movies, then they are welcomed with open arms by the studio. We love working with driven individuals. I'm hoping a lot of the community comes out to support tomorrow. We expect an incredible turnout, and I know that the casting team that I have in place will do a fantastic job."

For character descriptions, script sides and more audition information, click here. Look out for more from Scene about Faraj and his work.

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